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ALBUM REVIEW: The Starfolk

With The Starfolk’s latest self-titled album, come peaceful sounds of harmony blended in with beautiful acoustics.  This band has set the bar high with tracks like  “From above” and “Midnight Moon,” which put you in a trans of rich pop indie musical heaven.  With all the groovy vibes this band has created it’s not a shock that they have out done themselves on their second album. Personally this is the first time I’ve heard this group and I’ve been blown away from the first song on their latest album. Please…

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Album Review: Barrence Whitfield & The Savages ‘Dig Thy Savage Soul’

Barrence Whitfield & the Savages’ upcoming album, Dig Thy Savage Soul is the rock and R&B group’s first American release in about 20 years.  Whitfield and the Savages’ have  been playing together since 1983, and are internationally  known for their unique fusion of rockabilly, jazz and funk. Whitfield, who contributes lead vocals to the Savages has been compared to the likes of artist Little Richard, and after hearing the opening track “The Corner Man” this listener can say Whitfield definitely has the set of  pipes to back up those claims up….

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ALBUM REVIEW: Jodi Good ‘Definitely Different’

Debut EPs are usually a tricky business; it’s an artist’s official introduction to their audience, the prospective listeners who are just finding out about them. Of course, some EPs are good, and some aren’t that fabulous. However, Jodi Good’s debut EP, Definitely Different, is unique (no pun intended), and a pleasure to listen to. The title track of the EP immediately kicks in with edgy piano and and soft percussion. Each line is cleverly planned, illustrating who Good is as both a person and an artist. There is something about…

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The Glass Child Launches Skype Contest

You may recognize The Glass Child from our countless articles raving about her stellar voice, captivating lyrics, and inspiring story. Well now the one and only voice behind the name, Charlotte Eriksson is giving fans a chance to win a Skype interview by submitting their favorite memory or meaning behind a song or lyric. You can read a press release detailing the contest after the jump, and you can purchase a CD, buy concert tickets, or purchase her new book right here. Please follow and like us:

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Mike Abiuso (The Venetia Fair, SwitchBitch Records) Covers The Gay Blades For The One Fund Boston

Mike Abiuso (The Venetia Fair, SwitchBitch Records) has covered The Gay Blades’ “Shake The Graves”, to benefit the victims of the Boston bombings. You can check read what Abiuso had to say along with a link to the song/to donate after the jump.   Please follow and like us:

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Fall Out Boy Teams Up With Habitat For Humanity

Fall Out Boy is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to help with repairs for homes that were hit by Hurricane Sandy. More details and how you can help can be found after the jump.  Don’t forget you can purchase a CD or vinyl of Save Rock and Roll here and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Gerard Way Discusses ‘Bullets’

Gerard Way recently discussed both Conventional Weapons and Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. He has now discussed I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love. Check out what he had to say after the jump.   Please follow and like us:

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Interview: Davenport Cabinet

  Infectious Magazine had the pleasure of chatting with Travis Stever, of Davenport Cabinet and Coheed and Cambria to chat about passion, soul, vinyl and Davenport Cabinet’s latest release, Our Machine. Check it out after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: Flatfoot 56 “Toil”

I find it fitting that the boys in Flatfoot 56 decided to name their newest release, Toil. It seems all they do is work. Hard. This becomes quite evident through every one of the thirteen hard-hitting tracks off of their newest offering. While I could discuss the talent it takes to make a mandolin sound like a native to the punk scene, or muse over how much smarter Flatfoot’s newest album is to anything that Dropkick Murphys have ever put out (since people are constantly putting them against each other),…

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